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Unraveling the Mystery of Shoulder Pain #1:
Subscapularis Muscle-Tendon Injuries
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**This webinar is now available ON DEMAND. The webinar will be available for 3 months from your date of purchase so that you can watch it at your leisure.**


While there are many different causes of shoulder injuries -- from playing racquet sports to shoveling snow to lifting a heavy suitcase -- the majority of injuries affect just four different structures. Unfortunately, all too often the standard assessment techniques are inconclusive, and people live with the pain for weeks, months, or even years before receiving appropriate treatment.

In this five-part webinar series, Dr. Benjamin discusses the four most common injuries to the shoulder. You?ll learn the relevant anatomy, assessment tests, clinical applications, effective treatment techniques to reduce or eliminate acute and chronic shoulder pain, and strategies to prevent these injuries from happening again. Toward the end of the presentation, Dr. Benjamin answers questions that were submitted live by webinar participants. If you have questions after viewing the webinar, you can ask them through Facebook at Facebook.com/BenjaminInstitute. Most webinars also feature one or two supplementary instructional videos that can be viewed after the webinar.


This first webinar is on Subscapularis Muscle-Tendon Injuries.

Fees:
You can register for the entire series or for just one webinar.
The fee for a single webinar is $25.00.
The fee for all five webinars is $100.
Enroll in all five and save $25!

CE Credits:
1.5 CE hours (includes 30 minutes of follow-up study with video clips)

7 credits for the full series
(approved by NCBTMB, NYS, and Florida CE Broker)

Don't miss this opportunity to work with Dr. Benjamin from your own home or office!

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